Berkeley Planning Journal

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Journal: Berkeley Planning Journal

Online ISSN: 10475192

Print ISSN: Not Provided

Publisher Name: eScholarship, University of California

Starting Year: 1984

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Country: United States


Research Discipline Architecture

Frequency: Yearly

Research Language: English

About Journal:

The Berkeley Planning Journal (BPJ) is a peer-reviewed scholarly publication, which has been produced by UC Berkeley’s City & Regional Planning PhD cohort since 1984. We publish annually, and offer a collection of innovative and research-oriented articles on contemporary topics in planning and urbanism. Authors include students, faculty, and others in the Berkeley planning community, as well as scholars and practitioners from other institutions. BPJ’s publication metrics are available from Scopus.

The Urban Fringe is a blog affiliated with BPJ that focuses on planning practice. It is intended as a space of exchange and dialogue between emerging planning scholars and others in the planning community. We invite short essays and multimedia content to be published on a rolling basis. Submissions based on studio projects, client reports, and internship projects are strongly encouraged.

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